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They put one of Linux big programmers into jail. Almost all said that he was not guilty. Can't they find "Nina"? Then he can get out of jail and help Linux be better. On chat, there was some people who thought that
Sorry to say that, but he is only one programmer. Linux was created by thousands of people. Even if he is a genius he is hardly enough to change something significant very quickly to a whole system - he is a programmer, not a magician.
However, many people seems to be concerned with the Reiser's trial. And if you are really interested, then start some kind of internet-wide action might be good idea (collecting additional info, hire a lawyer and launch appelation (?), something else, maybe - I don't know what'll be useful, since I don't watch this story). Since you already have some ideas, you can start that "internet-wide action", if you wish.
You are working yourself into quite a frenzy over this. Have you thought about the thousands of people all over the world that get sent to prison for crimes they did not commit? In the US at least, we have a relatively civilized system of appeals. Perhaps you could contact Reiser's attorney and offer to help. You might also consider that the jury made the right decision. (They often do.)
Of all the theories come up with in this thread about money, or citizenship or whatever, the major thing that stands out to me anyways, which surprises me that it doesn't stand out to the OP, if it were all a big scam and Hans got the wrap for it, why has she not at least contacted her own parents? She would have sent some kind of sign to her own family. It is not just the children asking about the whereabouts of their mother, it is also their grandparents. If this is all some kind of scam, wouldn't Nina's parents in Russia benefited too? Have they? Somehow I don't think so.
You are the one fixated about starting a website, so go right ahead. I don't have the time nor the resources. As I mentioned earlier, there already have been sites about Nina's disappearance. Somehow I can't help but consider that Hans does probably know something about her disappearance, but chooses not to say anything else.
Originally Posted by newtovanilla
She could be in mail-order bride again in Russia.
Again, I fail to see the logic in this type of statement. WHY would she? If she were in Russia to begin with, she would already have been with her parents and children, and her children would not be asking Hans about her through their letters. It might just be a possibility that Hans did have something to do with her disappearance, I don't know. As far as the search for Nina, I am sure it is still ongoing.
I don't have any pictures, nor do I know where to find them. You ask as if I have access to such materials.
Originally Posted by newtovanilla
If she were in Russia to begin with, she would already have been with her parents and children, and her children would not be asking Hans about her through their letters.
I think that you are getting it. You still assume that they are her parents.
I am now at a loss of words. I think you are clearly turning this into an unhealthy obsession. You seem to act as if no matter what Hans did not have anything to do with the disappearance of Nina, and are fixed on proving it by some wild conspiracy theory with mail-order-brides, and such.